Our football match prediction:
Football fans around the globe can’t wait for Tuesday’s football match between England and Brazil to begin. The Three Lions face the South American giants at Wembley Stadium in a friendly and a lively contest is on the horizon. Gareth Southgate’s men did well to beat Brazil in a friendly in London four years ago and that is certainly giving fans a reason for optimism ahead of the visit of Tite’s troops. Harry Kane has been scoring goals for fun in the Premier League this season and the opposition defenders are likely to have their work cut out for them when facing the Tottenham attacker. Speaking of the away side, Neymar is rated doubtful for the England friendly, but Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus should pose a big threat for the opposition back-line. In their last meeting the two teams played out a 2-2 draw and, taking everything into account, we predict that both teams will find the net in the Wembley Stadium clash.
Highlighted Player (Joe Hart):
Joe Hart is an English goalkeeper who was born on 19 April, 1987. Following a three-year spell with Shrewsbury Town, Hart joined big-spending Manchester City in 2006. After ending his loan spell with with Birmingham City (2010), he returned to Man City and he has been playing for the Etihad Stadium outfit ever since. Joe Hart earned his 63rd cap for England at the Euro 2016 finals, but he has yet to win a trophy at the major tournaments with the Three Lions. On the other hand, the 29-year-old goalkeeper has clinched two Premier League trophies with Manchester City (2011/2012, 2013/2014) and the FA Cup title in 2011. Speaking of his individual honours, Joe Hart has won the Premier League Golden Glove award on four occasions (2010/2011, 2011/2012, 2012/2013, 2014/2015). Hart made his England debut against Trinidad & Tobago on 1 June, 2008. It has to be noted that he managed to keep a clean sheet on his debut for the English national team.
Highlighted Team (Brazil):
One of the most decorated teams in world football, Selecao have also been regarded as one of the most attractive and exciting teams with glowing reputation preceding them. Members of the CONMEBOL confederation, Brazil have played their first international in 1914 losing to bitter rivals Argentina with a comfortable 3-0 margin. Brazil is the most successful nation in the FIFA World Cup with five championship title to their name. However, Selecao failed to advance past the quarter-finals of the last two tournaments last winning their World Cup in 2002. Their last title was the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup and the star-studded team will be looking to get back to winning ways at this year’s historic Copa America Centenario in the United States. Legendary Pele is Brazil’s top scorer with 77 goals to his name, while the team’s biggest star of the modern era Barcelona forward Neymar is sitting in fifth place having so far netted 46.